Question about Whirlpool TEDX640PQ Dryer
Unplug it and remove the back. I suspect number 6 to be your problem. The thermal limit is not blown because the dryer is still running so I think it could be the high limit. Of course your heater could be bad also. They get brittle and break over time.
Number 5 is the thermal limit. since the dryer runs you can rule that out. Number one is gonna be the problem IF you have figured out you have a good heater
Posted on Nov 10, 2010
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